As we pray and worship, we commune with God, we find home in Him. In our community, we worship in multiple languages for our diverse community to be able to express their hearts to God in their mother tongues.
We are thankful for the opportunity to gather again, with safety measures in place, to commune together, to embrace and be embraced by our loving Father. We believe that community is essential to the practices of prayer and worship, as we are called to uplift and minister to one another.
As YWAM, we value coming together to pray and to worship. These practices are so important to us that they are written into our Foundational Values: No. 4—practice worship and intercessory prayer.
During this pandemic season, we have not always been able to gather in person, but still we worshipped using the digital means available to us.